Dad remains in hospital but is doing a little better. I hope he understands that we are unable to visit and that he is in our thoughts and prayers constantly. The hospital have been amazing keeping Mum informed and passing messages to him from us all, but it is hard. Such strange times, history in the making. I wonder how we will all feel about this period of time in our lives when we look back? We are trying to keep things as normal as possible but we all know they are not.
In so many ways life goes on, literally! Lambs are been born all around, what a joy they are to us. Giving everyone a feeling of normality. New life, a miracle.
We have just listened to our church service via the internet. How normal this now seems and yet so strange only a few short weeks ago. Neighbours call and leave parcels at the door how normal the procedure of moving away seems now. What a joy there is in the kindness of others as little treats appear.
Cheese scones and millionaire's shortbread. Community spirit and kindness at its best. There are so many heroes, keyworkers and those on the frontline but I have been most impressed by the children. There little worlds have been turned upside down, many not having a real understanding of what is going on. They have got on with it and made the most of a very sorry situation. Go boys and girls today you are my unsung heroes. Take care everyone and stay safe.
See you soon.